The question is,what do APīs mean with gunfights?
APīs are how well you are doing in a contest-they are not wounds or the power
of a weapon.
So bidding high could mean:
-aiming for vital parts,like the body or head
-willing to kill
and bidding low could mean:
-aiming for limbs
-unwilling to kill/wound
-attacking on the run
The rank of a weapon determines the force of a weapon,thats added to the
effectiveness of an attack.For instance: a broadsword rank 3.If you use a
greatsword,thats not a bonus to your APīs but a higher rank(5).So why should
firing a burst mean bidding more APīs-what makes the attack more powerful are
the multiple bullets that hit,i.e. a multiplied rank as an edge,no?!
When i attack with a burst and hit,all bullets would hit,if there was no
recoil(think of lasers)and shaky hands :-)
So theoretically the amount of bullets that hit,are all the bullets in the
attack,but modified by range(distance of shooter to target)and recoil/length
The more far away your target is and the longer your burst is,the less bullets will hit.
Also i had the idea that all the bullets in the attack are treated as one single bullet,modified by range and augmented by the automatic feature of the weapon.
What you should also have in mind is that the rate of fire of more or less all automatic weapons is capable of emptying a normal 30 round magazine with one action/round.
But still no solution...maybe my perspective is incorrect,please help! greetings
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